The following publication concerning species other than meerkats have been published by researchers associated with the Kalahari Research Centre.
B Graw, AK Lindholm, MB Manser (2016) Female-biased dispersal in the solitarily foraging slender mongoose, Galerella sanguinea, in the Kalahari. Animal Behaviour 111, 69-78
Jamie Samson, Marta B Manser (2016). Are Cape Ground Squirrels (Xerus inauris) Sensitive to Variation in the Pay‐offs from Their Caches? Ethology, DOI: 10.1111/eth.12504
Samson, J. & Manser, M. 2015. Caching in the presence of conspecifics: Are Cape ground squirrels sensitive to audience attentiveness. Animal Cognition 19: 31-38/doi 10.1007/s10071-015-0910-0.
Russell A. F. (2004) Mammals: comparisons and contrasts. In Ecology and Evolution of Cooperative Breeding in Birds, Vol II (eds W.D. Koenig and J.L. Dickinson) Cambridge University Press pp. 210-227.